Public Transport in Bugibba
Even though Malta is a small island, it has a very busy and well-connected travel network. If you’re not driving from A to B, chances are you’ll be making your way around the island by bus or taxi. Here is some key information about transport in Bugibba and how to make your way around the island from this location.
The main bus station is located in Bugibba, there are a number of bus routes which you can take to almost any part of Malta from the town centre. The types of bus ticket you can buy vary. There is a 2 hour ticket should you be making a short commute, a 1 day ticket and then 7, 30 and 90 day passes. In most instances a 1 day ticket should suffice. And always make sure to purchase a ticket as there is a €10 fine for not having one.
Major bus services to and from Bugibba include;
To Valletta - route 31, 45 & 48
To Rabat - 186
To Sliema - route 203 & 212
To University of Malta – route 280
To the Airport- route X3
If you’re planning on travelling a lot around the island by bus, you can pre-order bus passes and enjoy discounted rates. We’d advise this if you plan on visiting multiple resorts such as Marsascala, Golden Bay and San Anton and exploring the island.
Chevron's package holidays include complimentary transfers to and from the airport, however, should you prefer or require public transport, journey time from the airport to Bugibba by bus takes on average 1 hour 10 minutes. Getting to and from the airport via taxi in Bugibba works on a fixed fare basis where you pay before travelling. The average fare to Bugibba from the airport is €25 and is available 24 hours a day.
It’s easy to book a hire car in Bugibba too if you want to make your way around the island, you can view our car hire options here. If you’re considering driving to Gozo to see what the second island has to offer, journey time averages 1hour, with a 20 minute ferry ride from Cirkewwa Terminal.
*information correct as of Jan 2019